Thursday December 8th, 6pm-8pm
Join us and our visiting artist in residence Arisleyda Dilone for an intimate and informative Master Class
The art of storytelling is a complicated act, the act of telling personal narratives is even more difficult. If you are interested in gaining skill as a documentary filmmaker, writer, or to tell the story of your community this class will provide you with the experience you need. Join us and filmmaker Arisleyda Dilone for a Master Class that will dive into the techniques and approaches that can bring out personal voice as well as mining the stories of others to create intimate content and bring stories to life.
Space is limited registration is requited. To register please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Arisleyda Dilone makes work about her life and her family. Born in Santiago de Los de Caballeros, Dominican Republic, she spent her formative years in a hillside village outside of the city of Santiago. At the age of seven she was brought to New York and raised in a suburb of Long Island. She is the first college graduate in her family. She was a 2012 Jerome Foundation-Travel and Study Grant Fellow, a 2014 UnionDocs Collaborative Fellow and a 2015 Queer Art/Mentorship Fellow, in which she completed this short film: Mami y Yo y Mi Gallito /Mom and Me and My Little Rooster. She was awarded a 2015 Astraea Intersex Fund grant to continue her ongoing documentary work around this topic. Arisleyda is a member of Diverse Filmmakers Alliance and Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective.